Monday, February 13, 2017

Musée Rodin


Musée Rodin

Hôtel Biron is a jewel of Parisian rocaille architecture, 
with its expansive park.

From the Musée Rodin website:

First opened to the public on 4 August 1919, 
the Musée Rodin was housed in a mansion, 
formerly called the Hôtel Peyrenc de Moras. 
Now known as the Hôtel Biron, it was built on Rue de Varenne 
between 1727 and 1732. Nearly 300 works from Rodin’s collection 
are on view in this mansion.

Do you know how long you have to stand here to capture 
a photo with absolutely no one but M. Rodin in view?



Musée Rodin
79, rue de Varenne
75007, Paris

7 comments:

Paula Lima said...

You must have waited a long long time to take the photo! How wonderful to know thatit opened again, renewed!

biebkriebels said...

A nice angle for a photo of the stairs.

William Kendall said...

What a staircase! I imagine you had to be very patient.

Mister Vertigo said...

A magic angle in a grate space.

RedPat said...

It looks wonderfully restored!

Jack said...

Your patience was rewarded, Genie.

When I was there last year, the museum was being renovated and not much was open inside. A shame.

Virginia said...

FOREVER! I was there with you and I'm guessing I gave up. You persisted!